Keep in mind that the digital copy comes with a ton of special features. Seven featurettes provide a deep dive sure to satisfy the most dedicated webheads. Director Jon Watts breaks down key fight scenes and explains how he and his co-writers pulled off the feat of bringing together heroes and villains from three separate cinematic universes. Tom Holland also looks back on his journey since casting Peter Parker for 2015’s Captain America: Civil War in its early days as a more complex adult wall-crawler in No coming home.

Perhaps the biggest draw here is the two special panels, in which the film’s guest stars discuss their different approaches. “A Meeting of the Spiders” gives fans more of Holland joining his incredible Spider predecessors, but the juiciest panel belongs to the villains. “The Sinister Summit” brings together the villains who tormented Peter in No coming homewith Willem Dafoe joining Molina and Foxx to analyze the screen monsters they created.

Spider-Man: No Way Home on DVD, Blu-Ray and 4K UHD

If you prefer physical media to digital, you have to wait a little longer. Sony will release No coming home on DVD, Blu-Ray and 4K Ultra HD on April 12. Both high definition formats will include all the special features that come with the digital version. However, the DVD copy contains only two behind-the-scenes features.

Will Spider-Man: No Way Home be on Disney+?

contrary to Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Ringsand other MCU movies, No coming home will not go to Disney+! Since the MCU Spider-Man movies are distributed by Sony, Disney cannot put the movies on its platform. But that doesn’t mean streaming service providers are out of luck. Sony recently struck a deal to bring its movies to Netflix. So even though we don’t know when No coming home will swing beside stranger things and the witcherwe know it will eventually happen.